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,000. second straight drop after a super storm sandy caused a spike in claims across the northeastern united states. the storm also caused big headaches for major retailers according to folks at master card who track spending sandy kept shoppers in hard hit areas from spending estimated $4 billion in stores. today big name chains macy's targeting and kohl's weak sales in november. came despite strong black friday sales which many started on thanksgiving day itself. you have probably heard that the maker of twinkies is about to go belly up. the company wants to pay a number of high level executives nearly $2 million in bonuses. that's despite the fact that 18,000 employees are about to be out of work. you will recall hostess brands decided to shut down operations earlier this month it. it makes wonder bread, who he who hes. dingdongs. bakers union gone on strike over salary and benefit cuts. the union claims years of mismanagement ran the company into the ground. $1.8 million in bonus money wouldn't have saved the money from bankruptcy far from it but it's still a lot of mud in the eye for al
continues after historic storm sandy. we have details now on the legal battle over the power outages that have lasted more than two weeks in some cases. plus, you will hear a top u.s. official threaten to punch out a reporter. you will probably like this. they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ >> shepard: the feds say the power companies have restored the licket to 99% of those customers that lost it. but major challenges remain because that figure does not include some 90,000 homes and businesses that are destroyed or too badly caged for crews to even get in there new york governor andrew cuomo launched investigation why it took so long to get the juice flowing more than two weeks in. part of the long island power authority or lipa. folks living in the dark say the whole system was a ticking time bomb. >> from o
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